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FRESH Food Stores
The Food Retail Expansion to Support Health, or FRESH, program will provide zoning incentives for neighborhood grocery stores to locate in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in the City – Adopted December 9, 2009.
Health of Queens
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides a variety health statistics for Queens neighborhoods.
Historic District Maps
The Landmark Preservation Commission has an extensive set of historic area maps online.
Inclusionary Housing Program Text Amendment
The Department of City Planning (DCP), in close coordination with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), is proposing a text amendment to upgrade the Inclusionary Housing program, which offers a floor area bonus to developments that provide affordable housing – Adopted July 29, 2009.
Infrastructure Projects in Your Neighborhood
Find out about current infrastructure projects from the Department of Design and Construction.
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
More than 325 species of bird have been spotted in the 9,155 acres that comprise Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, which is within the limits of New York City.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning provides adults, teens, and children with a variety of arts and educational programs, including theater performances, street festivals, college counseling, and technology courses.
Key Terms Clarification Text Amendment
The Department of City Planning is proposing a text amendment to clarify and preserve the intent of the zoning regulations in relation to the terms “development” and “building,” as they are defined in the Zoning Resolution. The use of the term “development” will be clarified to mean only a new building or a new use of open land. The definition of "building" will be revised to differentiate one building from another in a way that corresponds to the Building Code and to a common understanding of what differentiates two buildings that touch. – Adopted February 2, 2011
Land Use Application Status Reports
Land Use Status Reports display information about land use applications received by the Department of City Planning. Reports are arranged by borough and community district.
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My Neighborhood Statistics
Use the Mayor's Office of Operations "My Neighborhood Statistics" interactive maps to find out how the City's agencies are performing in your area.
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